By the time a person is eighteen, they have watched over 18,000 hours of TV, listened to 11,000 hours of music, and that doesn’t include all the time spent viewing social media. Wow! It’s more than seven years of their life, and that’s by the time their eighteen! What’s my point?
We have been trained to be spectators, but life is not a spectator sport it’s one of participation! To be unstoppable, we need to be a participant. So let me share a few thoughts on becoming unstoppable.
There’s an old bar in Ireland that has a sign in front that reads, “Free drinks served tomorrow,” in all the years the bar has been there they’ve never served free drinks. Why? Because tomorrow never comes. To be unstoppable, we have to stop procrastination.
Do the things you need to do when you need to do them, and there will come a time you can do the things you want to do when you want to do them. But if you put off till tomorrow what you need to do today, you’ll never get to do the things you want to do!
To become unstoppable take a lesson from your own life, when we have accidentally fallen, we get back up! Getting up has an amazing effect on us. It means we can start over, open a new chapter and rise above the problem. Remember life is not a snapshot, it’s a motion picture. So get up, rise above it and become unstoppable!